The Seven Pillars for a Philosophy of Ministry, explained in Our Philosophy, work hand in hand with our central message. This message is the Christ Life. Simply put, Jesus Christ is sufficient for all our needs. The victorious Christian life is a result of surrender to Him and allowing His will, work, and way to be done in our lives. This central message is communicated through our church logo, which represents the four distinctives of the ministry God has given us as seen in Galatians 2:20-21.
The cross defines how we relate to ourselves. The cross represents the crucified life, dying to self and allowing Jesus to reign as Lord of our lives (“I have been crucified with Christ; and it is no longer I who live,…”).
The dove defines how we relate to the body. The dove represents the Spirit-filled and the Spirit-gifted life, yielding ourselves to God and allowing His power and gifts to work in and through us (“…but Christ lives in me;…”).
The Open Bible
The Bible defines how we relate to God. The open Bible represents the transformed life, cultivated through me getting into the Word of God and God’s Word getting into me (“and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God,…”).
The Open Window
The window defines how we relate to the world. The open window represents a view of the world God loves and has called us to reach with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ (“…who loved me, and delivered Himself up for me. I do not nullify the grace of God;…”).